When September Ends isn’t just the title of a great song by the US punk band Green Day.
It’s also the name given to Climate Emergency Manchester‘s new competition (both written and video) which challenges people in Greater Manchester (and yes, that is one of the eligibility criteria) to ponder the questions – what next for climate action in Manchester? How do “we” build on the momentum, and sustain the morale built up over the last few months? How do we make sure that the summer is well spent, and that when September ends, the movement is in even better shape, better connected, better-skilled than it is now? What is it that we need to do in the coming weeks and months? And who is we, anyhow?
The competition closes at midnight on 6th June (i.e. one minute before the 7th begins).
Terms and Conditions here, on the Climate Emergency Manchester website (please, if you live, work or study within Manchester City Council’s boundaries, sign the petition and encourage everyone you know who can sign it to sign it. There’s no lower age limit, and no nationality restriction.